In 1960 16-year old schoolboy Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter is living in Peckham with his grandparents, his idle father Reg and his hard-working mother Joan, who is employed as an usherette at ... See full summary »

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In 1960 16-year old schoolboy Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter is living in Peckham with his grandparents, his idle father Reg and his hard-working mother Joan, who is employed as an usherette at the local picture house and frequently has to rebuff the advances of the amorous manager. Del has a penchant for wheeling and dealing but Joan is dissatisfied with her useless spouse and tentatively embarks upon an affair with Freddie ' the Frog' Robdal, a cultured art lover - who also happens to be a notorious burglar recently released from prison. Written by don @ minifie-1 GFrog

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24 January 2010 (UK)  »

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During the scene where the viewer sees Joan Trotter crossing the road near Freddie Robdal's car, in the background, Del Boy, Trigger, Denzil, Jumbo, and Boycie can be seen. If you look above their heads, you can see a sound-recordist holding a microphone above their heads, most likely from the scene slightly before this where the group are hanging out on the street. See more »

Quotes

[Del has just gone out in his best suit]
Joan Trotter: What's he mean he's staying out tonight?
Ted Trotter: Dunno. Maybe he's going night-fishing.
Joan Trotter: [sarcastically] Oh, of course. That would explain the suit and tie and all them rods and maggots he was carrying. Night fishing!
Ted Trotter: [to himself] Well I think you'll find he's trying to hook *something*!
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References The Time Machine (1960) See more »

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Lovin' Up a Storm
(uncredited)
Written by Eddy Arnold & Thelma Blackmon
Performed by Jerry Lee Lewis
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